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economic philosophies

I am not an ism-ist, more of a what-works-ist.
In my considered opinion, what works is not
one size fits all. What works is highly situational
(and subjective).
What would be a better economic model for a
post-industrial society?
(postulating feudalism for land-based,
capitalism for industrial)
Individual project-based, crowd-funded, to provide
what is considered a good to all involved?
Maybe an eclectic mix of markets, cooperatives,
institutions, public-private enterprise, and
whatever else comes to mind.
Probably things will just shake out as they do
with very little to no actual thought-out control.
We tend to fall into place more easily when
there, right there just the place to feel secure and free.
Otherwise, most any structure can feel like coercion,
while no structure can feel too overwhelming,
or impossible to usefully sustain.

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